Several of the modules listed below are available for study in Semester One (September-December) or Semester Two (January-May) and also at the short course level.
The modules are taught by online distance learning allowing shared experiences for all students, wherever they may be located. Participants interact amongst themselves and their lecturers through discussion boards, presentations and podcasts, and they have access to hundreds of primary sources through our virtual learning environment.
The programmes offer you the chance to acquire a capacity to write competently at postgraduate level and to reflect critically on major historical controversies and disputes. You will be given the opportunity to undertake your own research aided by world class experts in their own fields.
- Arguments and Alternatives: Models, Interpretations and Debates in Highlands and Islands History
- The British Empire
- British Identities
- Britishness and Sport
- Contemplating the Clearances
- Darkness, Division and Discord? The Highlands, 1603-1707
- From Improvement to Development
- Gender and the Family in the Highlands, 1700-1900
- Global Scots - Imagining the Nation
- Introduction to Palaeography and Languages for North Atlantic History
- Maritime Lives: the Scottish Northern Isles during the Early Modern Period
- Oral History - Methods and Memorialisation
- Primary Sources in History
- Renaissance Venice - Lagoon, City and Empire
- Rivers, Ports and Coasts in European History
- Sport in Highland History
- The Lordship of the Isles
- Varieties of History